Grab a pen and mark your calendars for these exciting upcoming events at the library.
October is filled with excitement and surprises at the library. Checkout all the exciting events and, if you would like more details call the library at 563-5861.
Story-times continue in October with Toddler Story-times on Mondays at Adams Memorial Library and Wednesdays at Auburntown, and Preschool Story-times on Tuesdays at Adams Memorial Library. All story-times begin at 10:30AM.
For Adults, the library will be offering the following workshops to increase your knowledge and expand your mind - Genealogy and E-Readers, Tablets and Gadgets Galore. Join us for an Introduction to Genealogy on October 16 (10:00 a.m.) Come explore the world of technology in our E-Readers, Tablets, and Gadgets Galore program. Registration is required for all workshops, just call the library.
Teens are spotlighted during the Teen Read Week, October 12-18, 2014. Join us as we celebrate with a Pizza Taste-off. Teens will sample pizza and rate the best pizza from the local restaurants on Tuesday, October 14 at 5:30 p.m. Registration is required and there is a limit of 10.
Bob Tarter of NHCEM (yes, he was here during the summer reading program) will be back with a host of Creepy Crawly Critters to thrill, chill and delight on Saturday, October 18 at 3 p.m. All ages are welcome.
During the entire month of October the library is proud to present the 1st Annual Art Exhibit featuring the Art of Cannon County. You can come by anytime during open hours to view the highly creative pieces on display throughout the library.
Computer classes are coming. Be sure to stop in the library and let us know what kinds of classes you are interested in and when you want them.
As we look toward 2015, the Library has many more events in the works. For those cold winter months, the Library will be sponsoring a winter reading program called, "Snow is falling, Books are calling", for teens and adults. The program will run January 5-February 28, 2015. Read 5 books and be entered for a prize. The cold winter months are the perfect time to snuggle in with a good book.
The works of local artisans will be on display in 2015. For the month of February, the Library will be hosting a quilt and fiber arts show. In March the Library will be hosting a photography show, and in April we will host another art exhibit. Begin now to sew your quilts, develop your photographs and frame your art. Art brings joy to the spirit and sharing it brings joy to the community, so if you are one of the many talented residents of our community, please consider displaying your work at the Library.
The Library is looking for volunteers...
The library is always looking for people interested in sharing their talents and abilities. If you want to share your knowledge and skills with the community call or come in to discuss your ideas, we can't wait to have even more excitement at the library.
For more details on any of the events listed here call 563-5861 and join us at the Library.